More information coming soon.
"We Gotta Get Out of This Place: The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War"
This event is virtual only.
Michael Scheibach, Ph.D., historian, author, and curator of Atomic Alert!, presents a multimedia talk on the impact of the atomic bomb on the nation’s government policy, military strategy, civil defense programs, and individual citizens during the early Cold War.
This event is virtual only.
Many of us know the description of the corner of Nicolet Blvd. and Ahnaip St. as “education, salvation, damnation” but what does that mean? Join us to discover the interesting history of the Walter Brothers Brewery which was located on the corner of Nicolet and Ahnaip. It’s another interesting piece of our hidden Doty Island history.
Join us for another installment of this fun series when we will discover the stories behind the trains and train depots of Doty Island and Neenah-Menasha. The Neenah and Menasha Historical Societies collaborate on these very informative programs.
History programs are sponsored by the Neenah Historical Society and co-sponsored by the Neenah Public Library
We are a nation (and a city) of immigrants. Join us, when Professor Stephen Sheehan will present an overview of the stories featured in our newest exhibit and provide more of the “back story” behind them. A recently published book detailing the exhibit will also be available at this presentation. Masks are required for all who attend and limited to 70 attendees.
The program will be available on Facebook Live via the Neenah Public Library's Facebook page.
Join Miss Sheri and Miss LoriAnn as they look at some famous and not so famous contributors to life as we know it each month!
This month we were in spired by Anna Atkins who used Cyanotype photography to take the first book of photographs!
You can pick up your kit with all materials needed for the program in the youth department, or place a hold or use the book bundle request sheet for curbside pickup!
Follow along with step by step instructions each month on Neenah library's Facebook page and Youtube at bit.ly/NPLdaretodream
During the summer and fall of 2020, archaeologists from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee undertook an investigation of the site along Lakeshore Ave. in Neenah. Join us for an important virtual program wherein we’ll learn about some of their discoveries. Dr. Jennifer Haas, director of the project, will be presenting what is certain to be an interesting program.
Join us for another installment of The Hidden History of Doty Island. This program will feature the history of the Gilbert Paper Company and the adjacent Banta Publishing Co. While both companies were located on the Menasha side of the Island, the rich history of the companies is rooted in both Neenah and Menasha’s past.
The program will be available through YouTube: